Required reading in universities and colleges worldwide, “The Carta Jerusalem Atlas” remains the premier Atlas for the study of history, geography and archaeology of the Holy City. “The Carta Jerusalem Atlas” has been enlarged for easier reading, thoroughly revised and updated to record the latest findings, and expanded to provide the best possible overview of this most fascinating and fought-over of patches in the history of mankind. Includes 20 full-page maps, c. 250 plans, reconstructions, drawings, and photographs, and a detailed map of the Old City of Jerusalem today.
Dan Bahat is a prominent lecturer with teaching posts in Israel and Canada. Having gained much experience in other excavations such as Tel Dan and Beth-shean, Bahat decided to focus on Jerusalem, and his intensive and wide-ranging studies of Jerusalem from the earliest days up to, and including, the Ottoman Period are unrivaled.